Monday, November 28, 2022

"Crucible" course faces weak interest

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The new one-quarter-credit humanities course "The Crucible" is in danger of cancellation due to low enrollment. Published in 1952, "The Crucible" reports on the Salem...

Special Olympics basketball tournament encourages community, students to unify

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For the 25th consecutive year, DePauw will host a statewide all-women's basketball tournament on Saturday for the Special Olympics. DePauw will welcome 31 teams to...

Art competition raises issues through the lens of art

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The second annual Art of Awareness Competition is currently taking place at the Union Building ballroom and winner will be announced Wednesday. The event, co-sponsored...

New white paper hopes to improve student-alumni relations

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At Sunday's student government assembly meeting, the student alumni engagement white paper was passed to improve relations between current and former students. Previous white papers...

Martin Luther King III to deliver third Ubben Lecture of the...

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On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the assassination  of President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King III, son of the late Martin...

BACk Down, upperclassmen talk to freshman about fraternity parties

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Last weekend, DePauw's Public Safety crime blotter revealed 13 freshmen alcohol violations and three ambulance runs to Putnam County Hospital with students blowing a...

Code TEAL gets DePauw talking about sexual assault

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Code TEAL, an organization that aims to increase awareness about sexual assault, concludes its week of events Tuesday with a campus-wide forum at 11:30...

Casey announces DePauw 3020 plan

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Piggybacking on the resounding success of his most recent plan for DePauw, President Brian Casey announced yesterday his plan for 3020. "DePauw 2020 was such...

Campus crime

May 1 • Noise — loud music/people • Forwarded to Interfraternity Council | Time: 1:14 a.m. | Place: Beta Theta Pi fraternity • Theft of personal...

Developments at May faculty meeting:

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President-elect Mark McCoy announced during Monday's faculty meeting that enrollment is running behind and number of students paying full tuition are running "significantly behind."...
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